Kevin Ponthier

Kevin Ponthier

music host

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Kevin Ponthier first encountered radio at the University of North Texas jazz station KNTU in the mid-80's. National Public Radio affiliate KERA in Dallas/Ft. Worth came next. After relocating to Los Angeles in 1990, and a brief hiatus from radio, Kevin began volunteering for KCRW. Several years later in the spring of 1996, he landed his own program, Let's Get Lost.  He showcases the latest domestic and international pop, electronic, funk and jazz.  Let's Get Lost is radio with no boundaries, heard Thursday nights at midnight.

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